Preface and Part 1, pages1-24
1. Who is the narrator’s audience?
(c) Isobel and Gulliver Martin.
2. What does the narrator find most appalling about humans’ appearance?
3. Who is the poet who gives the narrator hope for humanity?
(a) Robinson Jeffers.
(b) Emily Dickinson.
(d) Ann Sexton.
4. What is the narrator’s tone when describing humans?
5. What assumption in his audience does the narrator seek to overturn?
(a) That humanity deserves saving.
(b) That humanity will save the universe.
(c) That humanity is meaningless.
(d) That humanity teaches kindness and sympathy.
6. What does the narrator say this book is about?
(a) How to become human.
(b) How to fall in love.
(c) How to travel through time and space.
(d) How to kill a Vonnadorian.
7. What is the narrator’s first experience on Earth?
(a) Being arrested.
(b) Making love.
(d) Being hit by a car.
8. What breed is Andrew Martin’s dog?
(a) German shepherd.
(b) Basset hound.
(c) Springer spaniel.
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